Joey McKenna Injured During Ohio State Wrestle-Offs

John Sachs Joey McKenna

Joey McKenna sustained an injury during Ohio State wrestle-offs. Thanks to our good friends over at Steelwood Radio, we were able to watch the Ohio State wrestle-offs live.

During the second match, McKenna got a takedown and was on top after a restart. They went over towards the edge, and Ke-Shawn Hayes tried to float his hips over and McKenna just gave out.

The wrestle-offs are over, and we do not know the extent of McKenna's injury at this time. You can see McKenna's injury around the 12 minute mark of the video below, and you can watch their first match down at the bottom.

Watch Match 2

Match 1

Joey McKenna takes the first match 3-2 in the first tiebreaker. In the first period, Ke-Shawn Hayes got the only takedown of the match. All of McKenna's points were escapes, one in the first period, one in the third period and one in overtime. Hayes got ridden out in both the second period, as well as the first 30 seconds of the tiebreaker.

2018 Ohio State Wrestle-Offs

125lbs - Brakan Mead over Brady Koontz, 2 matches to none
141lbs - Ke-Shawn Hayes vs Joey McKenna

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